Dr Katie Peterson
https://kapeters.github.io/ (personal home page)
I am a research associate working on the MLSE study. The study aims to develop and fully validate a new clinical test - the Mini Linguistic State Examination (MLSE) - for classifying primary progressive aphasia. I will also use the MLSE to characterize language impairment in other dementias, such as those associated with a movement disorder (e.g. progressive supranuclear palsy, and corticobasal syndrome).
I completed my PhD in the Department of Psychiatry under the supervision of Professor Barbara Sahakian and Professor John Pickard. My PhD research investigated cognitive and neuropsychiatric symptoms in patients with normal pressure hydrocephalus.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
Associated News Items
Peterson KA, Patterson K, Rowe JB (2019), “Language impairment in progressive supranuclear palsy and corticobasal syndrome” J Neurol
Peterson KA, Mole TB, Keong NCH, DeVito EE, Savulich G, Pickard JD, Sahakian BJ (2019), “Structural correlates of cognitive impairment in normal pressure hydrocephalus” Acta Neurol Scand 139(3): 305-312
Savulich G, Thorp E, Piercy T, Peterson KA, Pickard JD, Sahakian BJ (2019), “Improvements in Attention Following Cognitive Training With the Novel “Decoder” Game on an iPad” Front Behav Neurosci
Peterson KA, Savulich G, Jackson D, Killikelly C, Pickard JD, Sahakian BJ (2016), “The effect of shunt surgery on neuropsychological performance in normal pressure hydrocephalus: a systematic review and meta-analysis” J Neurol 263(8): 1669-1677
Peterson KA, Housden CR, Killikelly C, DeVito EE, Keong NC, Savulich G, Czosnyka Z, Pickard JD, Sahakian BJ (2015), “Apathy, ventriculomegaly and neurocognitive improvement following shunt surgery in normal pressure hydrocephalus.” Br J Neurosurg :1-5 Details